(Part 2 of 3) - Theater trailer for "Olga's Girls" (1964), sequel to the boring "White Slaves of Chinatown". Here diabolical S&M style torments are actually shown on screen for the first time. As the narration says: "Disgustingly true. No symbolism, just realism." The stylized sadism, whipping and breast torment looks mild today, but was a sensation back then. A new wave of roughie exploitation films would copy this formula countless times.
Next are "Olga's Dance Hall Girls" (1969) with an occult theme, and the phony "Mondo Oscenita" (1966). "Mondo" claims to consist of shocking scenes banned from other pictures. The trailer shows it has parts from "Olga's House of Shame" (1964) and other sexploitation films that were not censored.
The writer/producer George Weiss is best known for producing Ed Wood's "Glen or Glenda?" Weiss added risque fetishistic bondage and whipping scenes to Wood's dream sequence (also posted at this site). Weiss was influenced by the bondage stag loops of Irving Klaw.
William L. Rose, the cinematographer, went on to direct several roughie films with whipping and spanking scenes such as Rent-a-Girl (1965), Pamela, Pamela you are... (1968), and The Girl in Room 2a (1973).
To see more clips and trailers in this series, search for "exploitation", "fetish film", "stag film", "sexploitation" and "nunsploitation". Other films in this series include: The Defilers, The Love Girls, Rent-A-Girl, Motel Confidential, Venus in Furs, Sweet Sugar, Cool It Baby, All Women are Bad, The Ramrodder, Honey, women in prison and '30s French fetish films, Irving Klaw, Bettie Page, et al.